Avalon Carver Community Center has been successful in implementing programs geared to empower residents, programs offering hope and opportunity for change. The agency has been extremely successful in the delivery of alcohol and substance abuse counseling, other counseling and education programs, intervention with school age children, training, job preparation, information and referral, food and shelter programming, work with welfare recipients and their families, gang intervention, gang violence and related services.

The agency is able to deliver services to multi-ethnic populations and works annually with well over 5000 African-American, Hispanic, Cambodian and Laotian individuals and families. The organization is located in a 30,000 square foot facility at 4920 South Avalon Boulevard in South Central Los Angeles.

Agency staff both reflects and are sensitive to such changing demographics. Agency staff throughout the years has included an Executive Director, Project Directors and Coordinators, Counselors, Outreach and Prevention workers and Tutors. The use of volunteers has also become a routine part of agency operations. Volunteers have operated in a variety of capacities (e.g., fund raising, tutoring) and will continue to do so.